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Herpes Treatment

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Antiviral herpes treatment has been clinically proven to effectively manage and prevent HSV-2 outbreaks.

Our team of medical experts specialise in the treatment of HSV-2 and will provide prescriptions based on your experience with the condition and potential future risks.

Antiviral medication can be taken daily as part of suppressive therapy.

Alternatively, this form of treatment may also be used as a type of outbreak therapy, where someone takes the medication only as the first signs of an outbreak.

Antiviral medication

Research has shown that antiviral medication is often the most effective treatment for managing genital herpes.

Although there is no cure for HSV-2, there are treatments available to improve the quality of life for people living with genital herpes.

At hub.health, our medical team prescribe antiviral HSV-2 treatment which is clinically proven to help prevent future outbreaks and alleviate the associated symptoms.

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Outbreak Therapy

When taken at the first signs of an outbreak, this form of antiviral medication works to stop the virus from multiplying and spreading to healthy cells.

Outbreak therapy is often suitable for people who are not prone to recurring outbreaks and can provide quick relief to alleviate the severity of symptoms.

Suppressive Therapy

Suppressive therapy is a preventative form of medical care and works to proactively minimise the risk of an outbreak and reduce the likelihood of passing the virus onto a partner.

Daily suppressive therapy can reduce recurrences of genital herpes by up to 80% when continuously maintained and taken as directed by your healthcare professional.

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If you don’t receive treatment for the virus, symptoms are likely to increase in severity. As with many chronic, lifelong conditions, the herpes simplex virus can cause further complications for people with compromised immune systems or other underlying health concerns.

When it comes to incurable infections, preventative healthcare is essential for living a healthy lifestyle and caring for both yourself and your loved ones.

Start a text-based consultation with a member of the hub.health medical team and discover effective treatments for the management of herpes simplex virus (HSV-2).


Herpes (HSV-2) FAQs

How do I know if I have herpes simplex virus?

Most people who carry the herpes virus are asymptomatic, meaning they have no obvious or visible symptoms. Some people have mild herpes symptoms that can be mistaken for other skin conditions, like pimples or ingrown hairs.

If you’re experiencing small blister-like sores on or around the genitals, this is a sign you may be experiencing a herpes outbreak. An outbreak may be itchy, painful, and accompanied by flu-like symptoms (fever and body aches), a burning sensation when urinating, and fatigue.

Whether you’re asymptomatic or not, the only way to know if you carry the herpes virus is by visiting your healthcare professional for assessment.

What are common symptoms of HSV-2?

Symptoms for genital herpes typically include a group of itchy or painful blisters in the genital area that can evolve into sores. Other HSV-2 symptoms include burning when urinating, difficulty urinating, itching, and painful genitals. Flu-like symptoms of swollen glands, fever, chills, headaches, aches, and fatigue may also arise.

Can I receive a first-time HSV-2 treatment script or only repeats?

The hub.health medical team provides the highest standard of healthcare, and since text-based consults do not provide our team with enough information to determine whether you have HSV-2, unfortunately they can only offer prescriptions and treatments to patients who have already been diagnosed with HSV-2 by another doctor.

Our platform aims to simplify healthcare for those who are already on HSV-2 medication. If you believe you have Herpes Simplex Virus, visit your local GP for assessment.

Am I guaranteed a prescription and treatment for HSV-2?

At hub.health, we assess each patient individually. If our team determines a potential risk related to a specific treatment, or you do not have a confirmed diagnosis of HSV-2, your prescription may not be issued. Your practitioner may provide recommendations for the next steps, including in-person GP visits for further assessment.

Can I speak with my assigned clinician at any time?

Of course! Our online platform enables ongoing support whenever you need it. To chat with your medical team, log into your profile, head to the ‘Products’ tab and select ‘Manage Treatment’. This is where you can message your clinician.

Our team is also available at [email protected] Drop us a line, anytime.


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